Mount St. Mary`s - Northeast Conference

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Mount St. Mary`s - Northeast Conference
Mount St. Mary’s
NEC Predicted Finish: 1st
Mountaineers
2008-09 Record: 19-14, 12-6 NEC
Mount St. Mary’s has been tabbed the NEC preseason favorite for the second year in a row. This marks the first
time a program has been chosen by coaches to win the
league title in back-to-back years since the Mountaineers
were anointed as the preseason pick in both in 1998-99 and
1999-00. In the 1998-99 season, the Mount went on to capture the conference championship, but finished in seventh
place a year later.
Outlook
The Mount St. Mary’s hoops renaissance under Milan Brown is in full swing.
Over the past two seasons, the Mount has appeared in back-to-back Northeast Conference championship games (including the program’s third league
crown in 2008), made consecutive postseason appearances (NCAA in 2008,
inaugural CollegeInsider Postseason Tournament last season) and won 38 games,
matching the best two-year period in the school’s Division I era. The best may still
ahead for the emerging program, one that is driven by the memory of how last
season ended: on a last-second 48-46 setback to Robert Morris in the NEC title game
that deprived the Mount from becoming the first school to claim back-to-back conference titles in 15 years. Two factors have played into the recent spate of success in
Emmitsburg, most notably the team’s commitment to hard work on the defensive end of
the floor. Last season, the Mountaineers led the league in scoring defense (63.0 ppg) and
field goal percentage defense (.419), and have held opponents to under 70 points in 49 of
the team’s last 67 games. The second ingredient in the Mount’s resurgence can be traced to
Jeremy Goode’s arrival in Emmitsburg back in 2006. The first team All-NEC and All-NABC
senior point guard has spearheaded his team’s transformation and should be a candidate for
a multitude of honors by season’s end.
Jeremy Goode
To some NEC players and coaches, it may seem like he has been around forever. This may
have to do with the fact that the Mount’s resurgence under Milan Brown can be traced to
Goode’s arriving in Emmitsburg back in 2006. After failing to make it out of quarterfinal
round of the NEC playoffs the previous six years, Goode helped lead Mount St. Mary’s to
the conference semifinals as a freshman, followed by the Mount’s first league championship
since 1999 in his sophomore campaign. A year ago, the Mountaineers reached the NEC
title game and competed in the inaugural CIT. All Goode has done in three years is accumulate 1,283 points and 471 assists, while racking up NEC All-Rookie honors in 2006-07,
along with first team All-NEC and NABC All-District plaudits in 2008-09. He enters his
senior year as the league’s leading active scorer and distributor. Goode ranks 21st on the
NEC’s all-time assist chart and has a chance to finish second all-time in the category.
Mount St. Mary’s Roster
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Player
Jean Cajou*
Jeremy Goode*
Kelly Beidler*
Pierre Brown
Shawn Atupem
Will Holland
Kevin Jones
Mike Harvey
Jacolby Wells
Lamar Trice
Tayvon Jackson
Danny Thompson
Pos
G
G
F
F
F
G/F
G
G
F
G
F
F
Ht
6-3
5-9
6-5
6-5
6-7
6-4
5-8
6-3
6-7
5-11
6-7
6-7
Wt
180
170
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215
145
175
225
165
205
230
Yr
Jr
Sr
Sr
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Jr
Sr
Sr
So
RFr
So
Jr
So
Hometown/High School/Previous College
Fairfax, VA/Paul VI
Charlotte, NC/Providence Day
Virginia Beach, VA/Tallwood
Williamsburg, VA/Jamestown
Newport News, VA/Woodside
Holland, TX/Lamar
Gloucester City, NJ/Gloucester Catholic
East Berlin, PA/Bermudian Springs
Emporia, VA/Greensville County
Philadelphia, PA/Imhotep Charter
Indian Head, MD/Lackey
Springdale, MD/C.H. Flowers
Newcomers
3 David Golladay
13 Kristijan Krajina
21 Oliver Brown
G
F
G
6-1
6-9
6-4
180
230
190
Fr
Fr
Fr
Upper Marlboro, MD/Wise
Osijek, Croatia/Blue Ridge School (VA)
Dover, MA/Hebron Academy (ME)
Key Losses
40 Sam Atupem#
45 Markus Mitchell#
F
F
6-7
6-7
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* Starter Returning
# Starter Lost
Frontcourt
While Mount St. Mary’s will remain long and athletic up front this season, the graduation of
battle-tested veterans Sam Atupem and Markus Mitchell will require a number of seldom-used
performers to produce at a high level if the Mount is successfully tackle a challenging nonleague slate that includes eight games against top-100 RPI teams and remain in the upper
echelon of the NEC. Helping in their maturation will be senior Kelly Beidler and junior Shawn
Atupem, two experienced players who have the potential to rank among the best at their
position in the conference. One of the most versatile players in the league, the 6’5” Beidler
averaged 10.9 ppg from his wing position, ranked fifth in the league with 6.9 rpg and hit 33 shots
from three-point land. He also finished second on the Mount in assists, blocks and steals. Like
Beidler,Atupem is a strong finisher on the break and can also handle himself down on the block.
Coming off the bench in 2008-09, the 6’7” forward contributed 9.6 ppg on 53.6 percent
shooting from the floor, and added 3.5 rpg. A pair of juniors - Pierre Brown and Tayvon Jackson
- will be counted on for quality minutes this season. Brown (3.5 ppg, 55.6 FG%) is another
multi-dimensional player who can float out to the perimeter or also score down low, while
Jackson (0.8 ppg) can has the potential to be a strong contributor on the boards and as a shot
blocker. Sophomore Danny Thompson, who has recovered from knee and foot injuries, as
well as redshirt freshman Jacolby Wells, could also see time in a deep frontcourt.
Backcourt
The Mount possesses one of the NEC’s elite starting backcourt units in Goode and junior
Jean Cajou. Goode enters his senior campaign as the league’s leading active scorer (1,283
points) and distributor (471 assists). A one-man fast break, his end-to-end quickness
creates scoring opportunities for both himself and teammates. In 2008-09, he led the
Mount and ranked ninth in the NEC with 14.9 ppg, and also ended the year in the top10 in assists (4.1, ninth), steals (1.9, third) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.72:1). Goode
also improved his three-point shooting accuracy from 29.9 percent in 2007-08 to
37.2 percent a year ago. A defensive stopper, Cajou (12.6 ppg) earned second team
NABC All-District honors as a sophomore. He also lit up teams from outside
the arc with 51 three-pointers and finished second on the circuit in free-throw
percentage at 87.7 percent. Senior Will Holland (4.9 ppg) gives Brown a
reliable commodity off the bench who has amassed 113 career three-pointers over the last three seasons. Sophomore Lamar Trice will backup Goode
at the point.
Newcomers
Brown added another talented wing player in David Golladay,
who was an honorable mention All-Met player in the Washington, D.C. area last season. He also bolstered his frontcourt with the addition of 6’9” Kristijan Krajina. Krajina, a native of Osijek, Croatia, is a perimeter-oriented post player who suffered a season-ending
ACL injury last January at the Blue Ridge
School in Virginia.
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Milan Brown
Alma Mater: Howard ‘93
Record at MSM: 79-105/6 years
Overall Record: 79-105/6 years
Head Coaching Experience
2003-pres.
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
• With its invitation to the inaugural College Insider Tournament (CIT) last season, the Mount has
now made back-to-back postseason appearances.
• Led the Mountaineers to their second straight NEC title game appearance in 2008-09.
• The Mount’s second place finish in 2008-09 was the highest for the program since 1995-96.
• Entering the 2008 NEC Tournament as the #4 seed, took the Mountaineers to their third
NEC crown, winning semifinal and championship games on the road.
• Guided the Mount to the program’s first NCAA Tournament win in school history with a 69-60
conquest of Coppin State on March 18, 2008.
• The 19 wins in 2007-08 were the most for the program since 1995-96.
• Led the Mount to their first NEC Tournament victory since 2000 with a quarterfinal win at
Robert Morris in 2007.
• In 2005-06, guided the Mount to their highest regular season finish (fourth place) since the
1996-97 season and most conference wins (11) since the 1995-96 campaign.
• In his first season as head coach, led the Mount to their first NEC Tournament berth since 2000.
• Named the 19th coach in Mount St. Mary’s history on July 1, 2003, succeeding Jim Phelan, who
retired after 49 years as head coach.
Assistant Coaching Experience
2002-03
2000-02
1997-00
1995-97
Brown’s Mountaineers enter the 2009-10 campaign
fresh off back-to-back postseason appearances, the
first such instance for the program since capturing
the NEC crown in 1995 and playing in the NIT in
1996. With a 19-14 record in 2008-09, the Mount
also clinched its second consecutive winning season
and raised its two-season win total to 38, tying for
the best two-year stretch in its Division I history.
Mount St. Mary’s won 17 games in 1994-95 and 21
in 1995-96.
BROWN at MSM
Year
Overall
2003-04
10-19
NEC
8-10
2004-05
7-20
5-13
2005-06
13-17
11-7
2006-07
11-20
9-9
2007-08
19-15
11-7
2008-09
19-14
12-6
Total
79-105
56-52
Brown’s teams have won one NEC
championship (2007-08)
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
• Served as associate head coach in his second stint at the Mount.
William & Mary College, Williamsburg, VA
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
• Helped guide 1998-99 team to NEC championship and NCAA Tournament appearance.
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
• The 1996-97 Monarch squad captured the CAA title and qualified for the NCAA Tournament.
• Old Dominion posted a 40-24 record in his two years as an assistant.
Playing Experience
1989-93
Howard University, Washington, DC
• Earned all-MEAC honors as a senior after averaging 13.1 ppg and 4.4 apg.
• Holds the school’s all-time record for career assists with 445 and ranks eighth in scoring with
1,102 points.
• Led Bison to their last NCAA Tournament appearance in 1992.
Education
Howard University, Washington, DC
• Bachelor’s Degree, 1993, Marketing
Personal
• Born on January 1, 1971.
• Currently resides in Frederick MD with his wife, Tina.
Five Questions With: Will Holland
1. After winning it all in 2008, the Mount came up two points shy of repeating as NEC champions last season.
Describe your feelings at the end of last season and how the loss has motivated you and your teammates for
the coming year.
It was definitely a big disappointment, especially the way that we lost at the buzzer. However, I think it has made us work a lot
harder in the offseason and even now through the first couple weeks of practice to get back to the championship game and win
rather than fall short again.
2. What has All-NEC guard Jeremy Goode meant to the Mount program since his arrival back in 2006?
He has meant a lot, especially the last two years, and I think even more so this year. We follow him and respond to the way he plays. We like to play as fast as possible
and we are the most successful is when he is pushing the ball up the court and making plays. He is the engine of the team.
3.You are entering your fourth season playing for Coach Brown. What have you learned the most from your coach and what lessons will you take
with you once your career comes to an end?
I have learned that in order to become successful you have to put everything you have into what you are doing. Work hard every day because you don’t know what
will happen the next day. This can apply to basketball and also in everyday life.
4. Opponents often point out how difficult it is to play at Knott Arena. What impact has the crowd and student section had in the program's
success in recent years?
Our fans are very supportive. No matter how things are going you can always expect a good crowd. The student section I think is the best in the conference. There is
never a time where the section and the ones around it are not full. Even over breaks you can expect some students to show up and support us.
5. What are your future plans after graduating?
I would like to keep pursuing my basketball career and play overseas, possibly with my good friend Tae-Yang Park (former Mount player Chris Vann) in Korea or maybe
getting picked up by Los Super Cariduros de Fajardo in the Super Liga 25 in Puerto Rico with Markus Mitchell. If that doesn’t work out, I’ll be back in Houston trying
to regroup and figure out my next move in life.
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Mount St. Mary’s
Milan Brown has constructed an ambitious schedule for
the Mount, with eight of the team’s 11 non-league outings
coming against teams that finished in the top-100 in the
final RPI ratings last season. Mount St. Mary’s will play
four games versus teams that went to the 2009 NCAA Tournament (Oklahoma, American, Pittsburgh and Siena), and
two more against 2009 Postseason NIT participants (Georgetown and Niagara).
Mountaineers
Administration
Location: Emmitsburg, MD
Founded: 1808
Enrollment: 2,100
Kristijan Krajina (F)
First Year
Nickname: Mountaineers, The Mount
Colors: Blue & White
Shawn Atupem (F)
9.6 ppg
3.5 rpg
53.6 FG%
Home Court/ Knott Arena/
2009-10 Schedule
Kelly Beidler (SF)
10.9 ppg
6.9 rpg
33 3PFG
Capacity: 3,121
Personnel
President: Dr. Thomas Powell
Faculty Dr. Robert Keefer
Representative:
Jean Cajou (SG)
12.6 ppg
3.5 rpg
51 3PFG
Athletic Director: Lynne Phelan Robinson
SWA: Jen Wivell
Jeremy Goode (PG)
14.9 ppg
4.1 apg
1.9 spg
Sports Information
SID: Mark Vandergrift
SID Phone: (301) 447-5384
Mount St. Mary’s
Projected Starters
SID Fax: (301) 447-5300
SID E-Mail: [email protected]
Assistant SID David Musil
Press Row Phone: (301) 447-3286
Hotline: (301) 447-6355
Website: www.mountathletics.com
Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Milan Brown
Alma Mater/Year Howard/1993
Record at MSM/ 79-105/6
Years:
Overall Record/ 79-105/6
Years:
Assistant Coaches: Brion Dunlap, Dan Englestad,
Kevin Robinson, Jr.
Office Phone: (301) 447-5388
Basketball Info
2008-09 Record: 19-14
NEC Record/Finish: 12-6/Tie-2nd
NEC Tournament Lost to Robert Morris in
Finish: NEC Championship Game
Starters 3/2
Returning/Lost:
Letterwinners 9/2
Returning/Lost:
Jean Cajou
After emerging as a key sixth man in the Mount’s run to the
NEC championship in 2007-08 - he was named Tournament
MVP - Cajou stepped into the starting lineup alongside Jeremy Goode last season to form one of the league’s top backcourts. A terrific defender and capable rebounder for his
size, Cajou excelled on the offensive end as a three-point
threat with a team-best 51 shots from outside the arc, and at
the line, where he ranked second in the conference with an
87.7 percent conversion rate. In a nod to his consistency,
Cajou scored in double figures in 15-of-18 league games.
At season’s end, he was named to the NABC All-District second team.
Leading Active...
Scorers
Jeremy Goode
Kelly Biedler
Jean Cajou
Will Holland
Shawn Atupem
1,283
710
659
618
442
2006-09
2006-09
2007-09
2006-09
2007-09
Assists
Jeremy Goode
Kelly Beidler
Jean Cajou
Will Holland
Shawn Atupem
471
118
115
77
27
2006-09
2006-09
2007-09
2006-09
2007-09
Rebounders
Kelly Biedler
Jeremy Goode
Will Holland
Jean Cajou
Shawn Atupem
441
316
254
199
186
2006-09
2006-09
2006-09
2007-09
2007-09
Three-Pointers
Will Holland
Jeremy Goode
Jean Cajou
Kelly Beidler
Pierre Brown
113
94
77
60
5
2006-09
2006-09
2007-09
2006-09
2007-09
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
D
D
D
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
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14
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3
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19
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25
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at Oklahoma
at American
Loyola (MD)
Niagara
at Navy
at Georgetown
at ROBERT MORRIS
at SAINT FRANCIS (PA)
at Old Dominion
at Pittsburgh
at Boston University
Vermont
at Siena
at QUINNIPIAC
at SACRED HEART
ST. FRANCIS (NY)
LONG ISLAND
at ST. FRANCIS (NY)
at LONG ISLAND
SACRED HEART
QUINNIPIAC
WAGNER
at WAGNER
at MONMOUTH
at FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
CCSU
BRYANT
SAINT FRANCIS (PA)
ROBERT MORRIS
NEC Tournament (all games at higher seed)
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
M 4
M 7
M 10
2:00 pm
7:30 pm
2:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
4:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
8:00 pm
7:00 pm
3:30 pm
7:30 pm
2:00 pm
7:30 pm
4:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
4:00 pm
NEC Games in CAPS
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2008-09 Results
N
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D
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D
D
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D
D
J
J
J
J
J
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J
J
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5
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M 5
M 8
M 11
M 18
at Loyola (MD)
at Virginia Tech
at George Mason
Boston University
at American
at SACRED HEART
at CCSU
Navy
at Penn State
at # 15 Georgetown
at La Salle
Bryant
at Lafayette
ROBERT MORRIS
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
at ST. FRANCIS (NY)
LONG ISLAND
SACRED HEART
CCSU
MONMOUTH
at QUINNIPIAC
WAGNER
at LONG ISLAND
at FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
ST. FRANCIS (NY)
at MONMOUTH
at WAGNER
SAINT FRANCIS (PA)
at ROBERT MORRIS
NEC Tournament (all games at higher seed)
#7 WAGNER
#3 SACRED HEART
at #1 ROBERT MORRIS
CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT)
at James Madison
W 84-76
L 57-62
L 60-72
W 78-69
W 57-52
L 75-80
L 65-66 (OT)
L 65-68
L 56-61
L 58-69
L 59-65
W 68-44
W 67-62
L 70-77
W 81-62
W 74-62
W 80-54
W 78-67
W 64-62
W 70-52
W 60-42
W 65-51
L 70-76
W 75-68
W 68-57
W 72-62
L 65-70
W 93-63
L 63-66
W 72-62
W 68-63
L 46-48
L 58-69
NEC Games in CAPS
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Mount St. Mary’s
Mount St. Mary’s Year-By-Year Records
Year
1908-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
Overall
1-0
4-3
7-4
10-10
6-3
13-4
16-3
7-7
4-8
8-3
4-4
14-2
10-2
20-3
8-9
16-5
9-7
13-9
10-10
10-8
13-8
17-8
5-17
10-8
13-3
9-5
12-10
10-9
13-5
12-2
16-6
10-8
8-10
7-10
15-4
8-4
0-6
17-6
7-8
3-4
10-10
7-15
19-13
5-16
20-7
15-11
22-3
20-8
27-5
16-9
15-12
Coach
William Walsh
Al Barrett
Francis Liddy
Mike Thompson
Mike Thompson
John Day
John Day
John Day
John Day
Mike Thompson
Mike Thompson
Mike Thompson
Charles Dickerman
Rev. John Sheridan
Rev. John Sheridan
Walter Halas
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Joe Lawler
Joe Lawler
Joseph McCormack
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Steve Filipowicz
Wally Opekun
Rev. Michael Kennedy
John McMahon
Pete Caruso
Bill Clark
Bill Clark
Bill Clark
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Year
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
100 Years
Overall
19-6
26-5
24-6
13-12
18-7
20-5
21-6
18-9
22-4
20-8
20-6
10-14
6-17
15-10
17-10
14-11
16-12
9-18
16-11
18-10
22-7
28-3
20-8
18-9
21-9
28-5
26-4
26-5
20-8
12-15
16-12
8-19
6-22
13-15
14-14
17-13
21-8
14-13
13-15
15-15
9-20
7-21
3-24
11-16
10-19
7-20
13-17
11-20
19-15
19-14
1,390-946
Mount St. Mary’s won NEC titles and advanced to the NCAA
Tournament in both 1995 and 1999 under legendary coach
Jim Phelan. In 1999, the Mount became the lowest seeded
team (#6) to win the conference tournament - a record that
still stands - and was the only team in league history to win
the NEC championship without having both a winning overall and conference record prior to entering the postseason.
The Numbers
Quick Facts
2008-09 Overall Record:
2008-09 NEC Record/Finish:
NEC Tournament Finish:
Starters Returning/Lost:
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:
2007-08 Final RPI:
Games Decided By 5 Points or Less:
Coach
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
19-14
12-6/Tie-2nd
Lost in Title Game
3/2
9/2
123
4-7
NEC Record
Last Two Years:
Last Three Years
Last Four Years:
Last Five Years:
23-13 (.639)
32-22 (.593)
43-29 (.597)
48-42 (.533)
Overall Record
Last Two Years:
Last Three Years
Last Four Years:
Last Five Years:
38-29 (.567)
49-49 (.500)
62-66 (.484)
69-86 (.445 )
Leading Returning Scorers
Jeremy Goode
Jean Cajou
Kelly Beidler
MSM in the NEC
14.9 ppg
12.6 ppg
10.9 ppg
Leading Returning Rebounders
Kelly Beidler
Shawn Atupem
Jean Cajou
6.9 rpg
3.5 rpg
3.5 rpg
Leading Returning Assists
Jeremy Goode
Jean Cajou
Kelly Beidler
4.1 apg
2.2 apg
2.1 apg
NEC
Record
10-6
6-10
3-13
10-8
9-9
12-6
16-2
10-8
8-8
10-10
7-11
7-13
2-18
6-12
8-10
5-13
11-7
9-9
11-7
12-6
172-186
Year
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
20 years
Tourney
Seed
Ineligible
Ineligible
9th
3rd
7th
2nd
1st
4th
5th
5th
7th
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
8th
DNQ
4th
5th
4th
2nd
Head Coach
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
2008-09 Overall Statistics
##
01
00
04
10
40
11
45
05
34
12
51
20
31
TM
Player
GOODE, Jeremy
CAJOU, Jean
BEIDLER, Kelly
ATUPEM, Shawn
ATUPEM, Sam
HOLLAND, Will
MITCHELL, Markus
BROWN, Pierre
JACKSON, Tayvon
TRICE, Lamar
HARVEY, Mike
JONES, Kevin
THOMPSON, Danny
TEAM................
Total..........
Opponents......
GP
33
33
33
33
33
32
33
26
24
21
10
9
5
GS
33
33
33
0
33
0
33
0
0
0
0
0
0
Min
1140
1101
985
792
818
537
769
273
127
58
9
8
8
Avg
34.5
33.4
29.8
24.0
24.8
16.8
23.3
10.5
5.3
2.8
0.9
0.9
1.6
33
33
|--------TOTAL--------|
FG
FGA Pct
166
403
.412
136
337
.404
134
310
.432
125
233
.536
99
182
.544
57
156
.365
58
106
.547
40
72
.556
8
20
.400
4
13
.308
1
1
1.000
1
2
.500
0
4
.000
|--------3-PTS--------|
3FG
FGA Pct
45
121
.372
51
159
.321
33
105
.314
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
24
80
.300
0
0
.000
5
10
.500
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
FT
115
93
59
66
43
19
17
7
3
2
1
0
0
FTA
179
106
84
116
66
28
28
10
5
4
3
0
2
Pct
.642
.877
.702
.569
.652
.679
.607
.700
.600
.500
.333
.000
.000
829
737
158
175
.333
.338
425
430
631
619
.674
.695
|--------TOTAL--------|
FG
FGA Pct
101
227
.445
83
191
.435
80
168
.476
69
127
.543
56
103
.544
30
74
.405
31
57
.544
23
46
.500
3
9
.333
3
10
.300
1
1
1.000
0
1
.000
0
4
.000
|--------3-PTS--------|
3FG
FGA Pct
27
70
.386
28
82
.341
20
52
.385
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
16
39
.410
0
0
.000
3
5
.600
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
FT
58
51
37
34
24
11
7
6
2
3
1
0
0
FTA
92
60
54
61
39
16
12
7
4
5
3
0
2
Pct
.630
.850
.685
.557
.615
.688
.583
.857
.500
.600
.333
.000
.000
480
415
94
85
234
222
355
324
.659
.685
1839
1759
.451
.419
475
517
|-------REBOUNDS-------|
Off
Def
Tot
Avg
34
70
104
3.2
20
96
116
3.5
55
172
227
6.9
50
66
116
3.5
69
61
130
3.9
18
54
72
2.3
62
119
181
5.5
18
31
49
1.9
9
13
22
0.9
2
6
8
0.4
0
1
1
0.1
0
2
2
0.2
4
0
4
0.8
56
58
114
3.5
397
749
1146 34.7
368
721
1089 33.0
PF
54
61
81
99
89
46
94
17
16
14
0
0
1
0
572
604
FO
0
2
1
7
3
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
A
134
71
69
19
24
23
49
16
4
5
0
0
0
17
-
414
353
|-------REBOUNDS-------|
Off
Def
Tot
Avg
16
40
56
3.1
13
48
61
3.4
27
90
117
6.5
32
41
73
4.1
34
32
66
3.7
6
26
32
1.9
30
63
93
5.2
12
22
34
2.1
2
3
5
0.5
6
8
14
1.0
0
1
1
0.1
0
1
1
0.1
4
0
4
0.8
37
32
69
3.8
219
407
626
34.8
210
383
593
32.9
PF
28
24
38
55
48
32
48
14
7
13
0
0
1
0
308
329
FO
0
0
0
4
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
A
81
44
45
8
12
12
24
10
1
2
0
0
0
8
-
239
204
TO
78
55
72
51
39
38
45
25
3
14
1
1
0
9
431
483
Blk
1
7
22
14
43
4
22
0
6
1
0
0
0
Stl
62
36
42
15
10
18
35
1
1
3
0
0
0
Pts
492
416
360
316
241
157
133
92
19
10
3
2
0
Avg
14.9
12.6
10.9
9.6
7.3
4.9
4.0
3.5
0.8
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.0
120
99
223
186
2241
2079
67.9
63.0
TO
43
31
39
29
18
24
24
17
5
2
1
0
0
6
239
274
Blk
1
2
18
6
30
2
11
0
0
5
0
0
0
Stl
40
19
22
7
6
13
22
1
1
1
0
0
0
Pts
287
245
217
172
136
87
69
55
8
9
3
0
0
Avg
15.9
13.6
12.1
9.6
7.6
5.1
3.8
3.4
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.0
0.0
75
55
132
99
1288
1137
71.6
63.2
2008-09 Conference Statistics
##
01
00
04
10
40
11
45
05
12
34
51
20
31
TM
Player
GOODE, Jeremy
CAJOU, Jean
BEIDLER, Kelly
ATUPEM, Shawn
ATUPEM, Sam
HOLLAND, Will
MITCHELL, Markus
BROWN, Pierre
TRICE, Lamar
JACKSON, Tayvon
HARVEY, Mike
JONES, Kevin
THOMPSON, Danny
TEAM................
Total..........
Opponents......
GP
18
18
18
18
18
17
18
16
10
14
8
8
5
18
18
GS
18
18
18
0
18
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
Min
614
611
547
437
454
275
408
164
24
70
7
6
8
Avg
34.1
33.9
30.4
24.3
25.2
16.2
22.7
10.3
2.4
5.0
0.9
0.8
1.6
1018
981
.472
.423
248
257
.379
.331
43

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